[EVA] Updated Links?
aaronc1 at umbc.edu
Tue Dec 1 09:07:44 EST 2009
Nope. Sadly, I didn't save myself a copy either. Those were pretty good
articles if memory serves. You could attempt to write Mainichi, perhaps
under the guise of a researcher or something academic sounding, and see if
they could provide the text. And then you could share with the rest of
us. Sound like a plan?
The only person I could think of off-hand who might have saved a copy is
Rachel Clark. Perhaps if we mention her name repeatedly we can conjure
her out of the void.
P.S. A quick search of my hard drive reveals that the only thing I have
saved from Mainichi is an article from December 2nd, 2003 about Hiroyuki
Tsuchida, the man who beat his mother to death with a baseball bat, and
whose actions were partially blamed on the themes of Evangelion.
> Hey all,
> I'm wondering if anyone knows if the Mainichi links for Otsuka Eiji's
> articles (hosted at:
> are updated anywhere online?
> Alexander Leavitt
> Research Specialist, Convergence Culture Consortium
> Comparative Media Studies, MIT
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